I now have windows 7 and desperately trying to get my head around it.
Anyway, I can view web pages correctly in IE but some web pages in Firefox appear to be squashed. (If that makes sense). I have changed the font size to Times New Roman, size 16 and am allowing websites to choose their own font size. Having font this size, I believe is the standard size and it is easier to read than the default size, it came with when I downloaded firefox.
However, if I take the home page of PCadvisor of example, the black margins on the side are far too wide and some of the writing is overlapping.
Thank you raprawn. I should have said that I have tried that already. Apologies!
Thanks again Buteman. I hope that someone knows how to change the screen resolution.
As an aside, I am a little concerned about my own website. I have 3 photos across the top of the home page. In Firefox, Windows 7. I have 2 photos left aligned and the 3rd is situated under the first photo. Does this mean it could be appearing like this to other Firefox, Window 7 users?
There are 3 photos but not in a line, and I have my text size (Bottom Right hand corner Firefox set to 120%. To get all three accross the top I have to increase the size to 130% using CTRL and mouse wheel. However strangely if I change the % size by 10% either larger or smaller the Photos change alteratly from 3 in line to 2 on top and 1 beneath on the left. I have no idea why